Tag: CST-100

'World's Thinnest Watch' Declares Bankruptcy

Central Standard Timing’s CST-01 is dead after company files for bankruptcy.

Wearable Tech May 5, 2016

Boeing To Build Starliner Spacecraft To Bring Astronauts To ISS

Boeing has revealed plans for its new CST-100 Starliner spacecraft, which will take astronauts to and from the ISS. It is also in the midst of constructing its access tower.

September 7, 2015

Boeing Reaches Second Milestone for NASA Space Taxi

The Space Shuttle Program may have ended but NASA has not lost sight of the seriousness of space travel. The agency is adamant about following standards, which Boeing has successfully met to reach its second milestone.

Space December 31, 2014

What Boeing's space taxi could mean for the future of commercial space travel

Although Boeing's new space taxi might replace the space shuttle in ferrying astronauts to and from the ISS, the company also hopes it will someday be used for commercial space flight, too.

Internet Culture August 25, 2014

Boeing completes critical design review of CST-100 spacecraft

Boeing leaves competitors behind and completes Critical Design Review (CDR) of its CST-100 spacecraft. The CST-100 can transport crew and cargo to low-Earth orbit destinations.

Space August 22, 2014

Boeing shares ambitious dream of new commercial spacecraft (and it looks uber cool)

The CST-100, a possible successor to the Space Shuttle, has just been revealed to the public for the first time.

Space May 7, 2014

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